Microsoft, the American multinational specialised in computing, launched the first European Spectrum Observatory, on 28 January in Brussels. This observatory, accessible for the first time to the public (certain states have their own), provides information on how spectrum is used in Brussels. With this tool, "we want to provide regulators with the most up-to-date information on how the wireless spectrum is used and help them make decisions on which spectrum bands are most appropriate in the short term," explained David Tennehouse of Microsoft. The multinational considers that...

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